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Old 11-21-2015, 03:01 PM
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Ham Radio Installed

Just finished putting in a Kenwood TM-V71A and thought I would post a few pics of the installation.

The radio had a detachable face plate so I was able to mount the main unit under the passenger seat. For this part, I was more concerned with function rather than aesthetics.

Under the passenger seat there is a metal bracket that holds down a couple of wiring harnesses. Removed the bracket (2 screws) and slipped off the wiring tie-downs. This leaves holes in the seat brace to attach some L brackets (no drilling required). Used twin track (normally used for shelving), cut to length, to span across the L-brackets. Here is a link to to one that looks like what I used; Rubbermaid 47-1/2 in. Black Twin Track Upright-FG4B8800BLA - The Home Depot. In order to make this close to level, two different length of L-brackets are needed.



The L-brackets are an almost exact fit for inserting in the ends of the track.
Rather than trying to drill holes for an exact fit, I used a Dremel to cut out the center post between the slots to mount the radio bracket.



This allowed some room to adjust the radio bracket in place.

This is the main unit installed.



I chose to have the back of the radio face the door. The position allows me to easily attach/detach cables and wires.

Here is a pic of the face plate and microphone installed.



Hope this helps anyone looking to install something similar, or at least gives some ideas to those that are more creative.

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Nice creative way of mounting your radio, very nicely done!

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Nice creative way of mounting your radio, very nicely done!

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Many Thanks! I had fun getting this set-up and looking forward to my continued learning of Ham radios and procedures. This is all still pretty new to me.
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Good job! Looks like a very clean install. How does the radio work? What Antenna and where?
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Good job! Looks like a very clean install. How does the radio work? What Antenna and where?
Radio works great. I'm getting about 1.1 on the SWR using a Larson 2/70 with an NMO mount.
LARSEN NMO-2/70B Black | BLACK NMO-2/70 ANTENNA 2M/440

The antenna mount is from Extreme Terrain and I attached it on the drivers side.
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Had to drill-out the center hole to 3/4" to accommodate the NMO mount but pretty quick and easy.
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Just finished putting in a Kenwood TM-V71A and thought I would post a few pics of the installation.
That looks fantastic! Nice job.

It sounds like you are new to the hobby. Are you familiar with the Intermountain Intertie repeater system?
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That looks fantastic! Nice job.

It sounds like you are new to the hobby. Are you familiar with the Intermountain Intertie repeater system?
Thanks and yes I'm very new to the hobby. I am not familiar with the referenced repeater but did a quick google search and it looks like a great system. I'll spend some more time reading-up on their web page. Thanks for the info!!
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The Intertie system serves us very well up here. It is usually connected to Nevada, which has allowed me to chat with someone commuting in Vegas traffic while I was doing the same in Salt Lake City traffic.

According to the Utah VHS Society, the Intertie coverage also spills over into northern Arizona. Furthermore, they imply that they are trying (or have established) a link with at least one repeater in the Phoenix valley. Assuming that is indeed the case, this might allow me to make a contact with you down there in Scottsdale at some point when we are both monitoring our radios.

I have dug around a bit looking for info, but am coming up empty. Maybe you can ask around and see if anybody local to you can tell you if they've used the Intertie system, what repeater(s) are involved, etc.

I hope I'm not overwhelming you with all this.
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The Intertie system serves us very well up here. It is usually connected to Nevada, which has allowed me to chat with someone commuting in Vegas traffic while I was doing the same in Salt Lake City traffic.

According to the Utah VHS Society, the Intertie coverage also spills over into northern Arizona. Furthermore, they imply that they are trying (or have established) a link with at least one repeater in the Phoenix valley. Assuming that is indeed the case, this might allow me to make a contact with you down there in Scottsdale at some point when we are both monitoring our radios.

I have dug around a bit looking for info, but am coming up empty. Maybe you can ask around and see if anybody local to you can tell you if they've used the Intertie system, what repeater(s) are involved, etc.

I hope I'm not overwhelming you with all this.
Sounds good! I don't know to many Hams yet but one of the guys on the local repeater may know. I'll ask the next time I'm on the radio. It would be great to talk Jeeps and Radios. Not sure if you know Beasmaster but he is organizing a Jeep get together in early December;

https://www.wranglerforum.com/f45/the...t-1483329.html

I'll ask around when I'm there as well. You would be most welcome to come to the event as well if you are going to be in the area (or want an excuse to get to some warmer weather).
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Not sure if you know Beastmaster but he is organizing a Jeep get together in early December

I'll ask around when I'm there as well.
There is no way I could make it down there (I'm saving my vacation time for Easter Jeep Safari!) but asking those guys sounds like the perfect thing to do. Have fun!
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There is no way I could make it down there (I'm saving my vacation time for Easter Jeep Safari!) but asking those guys sounds like the perfect thing to do. Have fun!
Sorry you can't make it but the Jeep Safari sounds like fun! Where are you going to be?

I'm still checking on the Intertie system. Here is what I have found so far;

"Other links into Arizona: The Navajo Mountain site permits connectivity into Arizona via Mt. Eldon through the Rimlink System which covers about 50% of the state, including the Phoenix area. The interconnection of these to systems can be control by users on either side and users may interconnect the systems using the control code of "##360" and may drop the link using the control code of "##370". The Arizona Repeater Association (ARA) encourages users to talk to their friends in Arizona, or to make some new Arizona friends."

The AZ Repeater site at Shaw Butte lists the following;

442.850 + 100.0 W7ARA Shaw Butte, Phoenix Rimlink Utah link on demand

I was able to connect to this AZ repeater yesterday but was having some radio problems. I think I have it fixed and will try again over the long weekend. Hopefully I can connect with the repeater technical operator and see if he can help me in understanding how I can connect to the Utah Intertie system. I'll let you know what I find out.

Hope you and your family have a great Thanksgiving weekend.

All the best!!
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A few folks asked about the faceplate and microphone mounts. The microphone mount is the VersaMount2 from CoolTech;

VersaMount2 - CoolTechLLC

The faceplate was mounted using a small bracket from "Strike Force Zebra" that attaches to the footman loop.

https://www.strikeforcezebra.com/cbg...detector_mount

Both mounts are quick and easy to install (no drilling).
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Phototrek....can you post pics and instructions on how you mounted the antenna?
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Sure. I'll try to get some pics a little later today.
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Phototrek....can you post pics and instructions on how you mounted the antenna?
The antenna mount was straight-forward. In a previous post there are links to the mount and antenna. The cable was a Comet CK-3NMO. I bought the 16'9" length as I wasn't sure of the mounting location at the time. As it turns out, I could of used a shorter cable.

Pic with the antenna mounted ...



Close-up with hood closed ...



As noted earlier, I had to drill-out the opening on the mount to 3/4" to accommodate the NMO connection. The mount came with a metallic finish so I applied 3 coats of bedliner and then scraped-off the bedliner around the mounting screw.



Ran a grounding wire from this screw to the point noted in the picture below.



I didn't want to scrape the paint off the Jeep to insure a good grounding point so I just ran the wire to make sure. I'm really new to this and not sure why the grounding is important but it was easy enough to add. The SWR readings are the same with or without the wire.

I routed the antenna cable through the firewall on the drivers side and then snaked it under the dash to the passenger side and then down under the plastic molding at the base of the passenger door. In hindsight, it probably would have been easier to run the cable along the firewall under the hood and go through the firewall on the passenger side.

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I'm going to try to use a A pillar light mount for the antenna. I bought a pair, so one for a Dune flag mount and the other for the antenna. I'm going to get the same type radio with the removable face plate.
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I'm going to try to use a A pillar light mount for the antenna. I bought a pair, so one for a Dune flag mount and the other for the antenna. I'm going to get the same type radio with the removable face plate.
So far, I'm really pleased with this radio. Good luck with the installation. If you get a chance, post some pics. Always like to see how folks mount their radios/antennas.
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Will do. Brackets just arrived today. Waiting for rain to stop.
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I mounted my Yaesu FT-8800 on the wall of the tub behind the drivers seat in front of the hump. I put mine up higher incase water gets deep I won't drown my radio. I put the faceplate in the same place.
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So what is the path for the radio control cable from under the seat to the mirror? I am not sure my IC 2820 control head will fit up there, if it won't whatever replaces it will.
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So what is the path for the radio control cable from under the seat to the mirror? I am not sure my IC 2820 control head will fit up there, if it won't whatever replaces it will.
Remove the freedom panels (this will give you access to the top of the A pillar trim piece).

Pull down the trim piece that runs along the top of the windshield by removing the sun visors and then pop-off the front of the trim piece (you do not need to fully remove, just pull down far enough to get access) Borrowed this pic from another install sheet;



If using a mount that attaches to the footman loop, this would be a good time to install the mount (while you have easy access to the bolts).

Remove the passenger side trim piece on the side of the dash. Borrowed this pic from another link;



Now run the wire along the top, fish it down through the A pillar on the passenger side, and down to the floor of the Jeep. Then run it under the passenger side trim that runs along under the door, and then out under the seat.
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Very nice install.

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I'm going to try to use a A pillar light mount for the antenna. I bought a pair, so one for a Dune flag mount and the other for the antenna. I'm going to get the same type radio with the removable face plate.
This is exactly what I am doing. I bought dual light mounts and am putting the lights on the bottom and the antennas on the top positions. Have all the stuff, just waiting on getting out to the barn to get it installed.

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Very VERY nice write up and photos. What are you using for a camera and for editing/marking?

I am about to installing and am thinking that I will be getting one of the Beofung dual band mini mobiles and mounting the whole radio where you did the faceplate. That way I don't worry about water or junk getting to a radio mounted under the seats (or anywhere else as I have lock boxes under the seats) or really worry about it getting stolen at $100.

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Very VERY nice write up and photos. What are you using for a camera and for editing/marking?

I am about to installing and am thinking that I will be getting one of the Beofung dual band mini mobiles and mounting the whole radio where you did the faceplate. That way I don't worry about water or junk getting to a radio mounted under the seats (or anywhere else as I have lock boxes under the seats) or really worry about it getting stolen at $100.

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Thank you for the kind words! I'm using an old point and click camera for the pics. Importing the photos into MS Powerpoint for the annotation and then saving the annotated slide as a jpeg file.
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Thank you for the kind words! I'm using an old point and click camera for the pics. Importing the photos into MS Powerpoint for the annotation and then saving the annotated slide as a jpeg file.
Heck of way to do that, I'll do mine like that the next time. Thanks for that info!
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the Jeep Safari sounds like fun! Where are you going to be?
I'm driving down Monday afternoon. Here is my trail schedule:

Tuesday = Kane Creek
Wednesday = Cliffhanger
Thursday = Poison Spider Mesa
Friday = Seven Mile Rim @ 8am (as sponsor)

I'll drive back home Friday evening, as I must be at work at 8:30am Saturday.

Will you be coming up for the Safari?
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Heck of way to do that, I'll do mine like that the next time. Thanks for that info!
My pleasure and happy to hear it helps.

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Somehow I overlooked this question. Sorry about that.

I'm driving down Monday afternoon. Here is my trail schedule:

Tuesday = Kane Creek
Wednesday = Cliffhanger
Thursday = Poison Spider Mesa
Friday = Seven Mile Rim @ 8am (as sponsor)

I'll drive back home Friday evening, as I must be at work at 8:30am Saturday.

Will you be coming up for the Safari?
Really wish I could make it but the timing is just not good for me. Have fun and hope you can post some pics of the trip.

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